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Talk:Timeline of Saints

225 bytes added, 09:01, May 28, 2009
Wiki Editing Proposal: source
== List of WORK: ==
At present, I am looking to incorporate information from the following two categories:
If you look at the history of this article, it was originally created to reflect a "table" style (similar to Wiki) but without knowing that Wiki had something similar. However, I suggest, that before we all get ahead of ourselves and run before we can walk that we prioritise our time in actually documenting the Saints in a systematic approach and in a simple approach (like the article currently reads). This approach will guarantee that all saints get documented - if we revert to fancy tables from the start, the work gets too much and exhasutive and people wont be bothered in contributing because of the complexity. Once this article is full and satisfactory, then User:Andrew can help us to set up some interesting tables since his expertise is in programming. So, can we all keep it simple for now and rush to the good ideas later? [[User:Ixthis888|Vasiliki]] 02:14, May 28, 2009 (UTC)
:'''[ I have this source. It is a greate site. ]'''
:The ideea with the table is verry good. The wikipedia article looks greate. [[User:Maraamu|Maraamu]] 09:01, May 28, 2009 (UTC)
==Wiki Chronological listings==
Hey Angellight, thanks for the reference to that source. Its interesting and will come in handy, however, some of the dates that they offer within the first few lines are "not really correct". It shows, Stephen (for example) as 36 when historically, Christ was born around 4-6 BC and died around 33-36 making the year of his death around 30ad. Stephen martyred almost immediately after Pentecost (right?) making his death the same year as Christ's resurrection? They list it as 3 years after. I am just wondering how we are going to "Quality Test" the conflicting range of dates between different sources. [[User:Ixthis888|Vasiliki]] 02:39, May 28, 2009 (UTC)

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